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Sturgeon Bay: State officials to discuss regulatory burden at local roundtable

6:28 AM, Jun. 12, 2013  |  Comments
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As a direct result of the recent Door Kewaunee Legislative Days in Madison, the Door County Economic Development Corp. (DCEDC) and Door County Visitor Bureau (DCVB) are hosting a local business roundtable with state officials from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Community Meeting Room in Sturgeon Bay City Hall, 421 Michigan St.

Local business owners are strongly encouraged to attend the roundtable to share any rules and regulations that can be burdensome with members of the Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA). The event is free and open to the public.

The roundtable will include Nancy Mistele, director of DOA Office of Business Development, and Mary Ann Lippert, director of the DOA North Regional Office. The Office of Business Development works closely with the Small Business Regulatory Review Board to reduce or remove burdens that laws and rules place on small business in Wisconsin.

Organizers described the event as an opportunity for business owners to provide input on issues that affect them. The Office of Business Development serves as a liaison between small business interests and the appropriate state agency or the Legislature.

An RSVP to sam@doorcountybusiness.com is appreciated but not required.

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